Lunchtime Poll: 3/22

Cartoon drawing of a pencil with a face and arms and legs. The pencil has his arms up and is smiling.According to the Reader’s Digest that is currently in my bathroom (a gift from my boyfriend’s mom that somehow managed to make its way to our new apartment even though we never gave them our new address. How does that happen??), a Goldman-Sachs interview question is “If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out?” Read More Lunchtime Poll: 3/22

On How My Greatest Weakness Interview Response Has Changed, Thanks To The Recession

The interview question job seekers most frequently hear (and consequently dread), “What is your greatest weakness?”, is becoming more and more difficult for me to answer. Not, of course, because I am without faults, but because I have been forced to confront my biggest faults and fears on a daily basis during the job search in publishing, particularly the sort of faults interviewers and future bosses want to hear about: Read More On How My Greatest Weakness Interview Response Has Changed, Thanks To The Recession